How Do You Solve a Problem? Strategies That Help Learners to be Thinkers

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Cheryl Turner
2 hours (0.2 CEUs)
2 lessons, final exam and a survey
CDA Area:
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In their ongoing growth and development, children are constantly faced with problems to solve. As young children develop cognitive, physical, social-emotional and language skills, the ability to think their way through problems is fundamental to their success in school and life. This training will present techniques for elevating children’s thinking skills. The facilitator will share tools for helping children become resilient problem solvers and confident learners by focusing on strategies for elevating the questions we ask children in order to deepen their thinking, encourage problem solving, scaffold learning and ignite those higher order thinking skills.

  • Courses must be taken within the first 120 days after purchase. This includes in-person skills assessment if you have purchased a blended course. After 120 days, courses will expire. No extensions will be given.


Additional State Information:

State Approval Code
Georgia TG-ASO-13967
Maryland AT-01112023-03
Michigan 142463
Minnesota 420589
Missouri 172920
Nevada 88545
New York 507459
Ohio ST10127521
Oklahoma 292107
Pennsylvania 363350
South Carolina 175436

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